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aerogels

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Graphene aerogel is the new world's lightest substance

Aerographite has been dethroned as the world's lightest substance, replaced by a new form of graphene aerogel.

By March 24, 2013

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The beer can koozie grows up with ColdCan

The ColdCan picks up where foam koozies left off. Featuring a hard-shell exterior, the durable drink insulator also integrates a lid.

By May 1, 2014

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Watch this: Man uses torch on self, defies injury

A video making the rounds shows an eccentric "scientist" who has a penchant for theatrics using a torch in a way you would never expect.

By February 3, 2012

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High-tech aerogels wrap homes with insulation

Aspen Aerogels is selling aerogels--a high-tech insulating material used in oil and gas pipelines and in aerospace--to retrofit older homes to be more energy efficient.

By February 2, 2010

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Window and insulation experts the next plumbers?

Emerging technologies geared toward closing a "thermal envelope" in green building, already the largest growth market in construction, are poised to see increased growth by 2020, report says.

By August 3, 2011

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Weatherization plan covers solar, efficiency tech

The federally funded home weatherization program aimed at low-income families is no longer just about caulk and insulation.

By August 20, 2010

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In Washington, D.C., it takes a village to build a solar house

The Solar Decathlon brings together 20 universities from different countries to build the greenest of green buildings.

By October 16, 2007

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Where the Army and clean tech collide

U.S. Army researchers say cutting-edge energy technologies are integral to meeting the needs of today's soldiers.

By September 17, 2007